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ARTE T.V. “La Crete Minoenne-une histoire des femmes puissantes”

Arte TV, the European Culture TV, was in Crete last August for shooting a documentary about the Minoan woman.

I am really proud and honoured to be featured in the documentary and speak with Francois Xavier Freland about the Minoan woman and its close relation to the contemporary Cretan woman.

Follow the link

https://www.arte.tv/fr/videos/102063-003-A/la-crete-minoenne-une-histoire-de-femmes-puissantes/?fbclid=IwAR1Q0okHPexgjoyj6kL36p0yZP9yRoEYpdyE_Dy7XZZssLSFWRYj1-oGRtM

to watch the video

                                                                                   

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Klotho Open Days 2020

Σας προσκαλούμε για 4η συνεχή χρονιά στο καθιερωμένο μας opening στον κήπο του KLOTHO.

Λόγω των ιδιαίτερων συνθηκών και για την ασφάλεια όλων μας θα σας περιμένουμε για 4 ημέρες από τις 15 έως τις 18 Ιουλίου 10π.μ – 9μ.μ με δροσερά ποτά, snacks και την ολοκαίνουρια συλλογή μας για το καλοκαίρι του 2020.

Με τη συμμετοχή σας μπαίνετε σε κλήρωση για δώρα KLOTHO.

Ιεράς Μονής Θυμιανής -Ατσιποπουλο

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CRETE – THE DESTINATION OF OUR HEART

Crete, is the biggest  island of Greece, located in the South, between the Aegean and the Cretan Sea. It is a mosaic of different landscapes, sandy beaches, rocky bays, traditional villages and vibrant cities, white mountaintops and a crystal blue sea!

The people of Crete are famous for their open heart, generosity and hospitality. The will never allow a visitor to leave their place without treating him raki, the traditional drink, and anything they have available in their houses.

Crete is a paradise of tastes, pure olive oil, herbs, fresh fruit, honey, delicious cheese and dairy products, all made here in this blessed island.

And of course a rich  history dating back to the Minoan Civilisation, numerous archeologiacal sites and museums.

Not to miss – The palace of King Minos in Knossos, the sandy hills of Ag. Pavlos, the island of Chryssi, the Palm tree forest in Preveli, the Arkadi Monastery, the Old town of Chania and the Venetian Harbour of Rethymno. If you are brave enough you can reach the mountaintop of Psiloritis ( 2.400m) and enjoy a 360 view of the island.

What more would you wish for?